The Cameroon Anglophone crisis has seen more than 3 million people affected, 1.3 million people in need (for food, education), 705,800 Internally Displaced, 830,000 people in need in host communities (OCHA 2021). A report shows more than 1000 children have been killed (Taku, 2019). One of the most devastating consequences of this crisis has been the shutdown of schools in the two English parts of Cameroon (Maclean & Kiven 2019; Tah, 2019). An estimated 462,000 people in the North West and South West (NWSW) regions fall within the Crisis and Emergency phases of food insecurity calling for urgent action to protect and revive livelihoods, reduce food consumption gaps and reduce acute malnutrition( OCHA 2019). With all the above consequences of the Cameroon Anglophone crisis, this program seeks to compensate IDPs for the abuses, violent, consequences of this crisis and seek better solutios I addressing the issues.